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excoriate

  
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vilipendiar
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vt.
excoriar
v.
1. condenar 2. denunciar
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"excoriate": examples and translations in context
We need stories which excoriate blandness, and render the complexities of our imperfect experience. Necesitamos historias que excorien la insipidez, y que representen las complejidades de nuestra imperfecta existencia.
Anyway, I shall do nothing to help you excoriate them now. De todas formas no haré nada que ayude a denigrarlos ahora.
If you would kindly excoriate us later, we are in trouble here. ¿Podría darnos la reprimenda más tarde?, estamos en problemas.
Critics who excoriate President Bill Clinton's balanced Vieques decision protest too much. Los críticos que repudiaron la equitativa decisión del presidente Bill Clinton se excedieron.
Do you happen to know what "excoriate" means? ¿Sabes qué significa "excoriar"?
In the US in the 1980's, Democrats excoriated President Ronald Reagan on deficits; Republicans now excoriate President Obama on his much larger deficits and debt. En los EE.UU. y en el decenio de 1980, los demócratas vituperaron al Presidente Ronald Reagan por los déficits; ahora los republicanos vituperan al Presidente Obama por sus déficits y deuda mucho mayores.
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